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's senate seat. scott brown has taken more money from any other from the securities and investment sector, taken more money than any other senator from the venture capital and the private equity firms. he's taken more money from the hedge fund industry. this guy isn't even from new york. nope. wall street has a guy on the inside inside. his name is scott brown. in the first quarter of this year, the city of which he received more itemized donations than any other place is new york city, which is not in massachusetts. they call him one of wall street's favorite congressmen for a republican. they call him that for two reasons. you might remember what scott brown did when they were first writing the wall street rules. you remember his specific contribution. they thought there was going to be $19 billion in implementation costs in rules. who should pay for it after it nearly destroyed the american economy? who should pay for that? it's going to be paid for by the banking sector. scott brown amended the bill so the banks would not have to pay the costs. you would. taxpayers would have to pay t
happening 1,600 miles away from oklahoma in massachusetts, republican senator scott brown of massachusetts is locked in a virtual tie to hold on to his seat against his democratic challenger, elizabeth warren. last month, boston's conservative tabloid, the "boston herald," published this headline, "harvard flow." school once touted liz's native american routes as proof of faculty diversity. the accusation here was that elizabeth warren was somehow wrongly considered to be native american? she was maybe wrongly listed as having native american heritage in law school directories and someone, maybe her, maybe the school, somehow wrongly benefited from that wrongful impression, that wrongful, spurious thing that she supposedly did. the "boston herald" described it as "elizabeth warren's avowed native american heritage, which the candidate rarely if ever discusses on the campaign trail, was once touted by embattled harvard law school, officials who cited her claim as proof their faculty's lineage." so the accusation that she's faking being native american. senator brown's campaign manager deman
a coincidence that it has turned out that way so far? joining us now is judith browne diana. he's a civil rights attorney and co-director of the advancement project. she represented the naacp in a 2000 lawsuit to remedy voting rights in florida. thanks for being here. >> thanks for having me, rachel. >> you are much more deeply involved in the vagueries of florida voting law than i am. did i get anything wrong in the way i explained what's going on in florida now in terms of how you understand the facts? >> you got it right. >> okay. it's complicated and it's quickly changing and a lot of this stuff hasn't been debated. it seems to being done at the initiative of the florida governor. is the governor consulting with lawyers in order to -- is this the kind of thing that other states are doing? is this a standard process that florida's going through, or is this something unusual? >> well, i mean, it's florida taking out their old bag of tricks. and they have come up with a new list and the list is flawed. i mean, a 91-year-old world war ii veteran? i mean, come on. really, governor scott? this is
senator scott brown for that. a vulnerable incumbent like scott brown sided with the republican filibuster on this issue. just incredible. also, incredible, the long awaited endorsement of mitt romney for president by the last te contender left standing. rick santorum's endorsement was sent out last night in the middle of the night in an e maim. no press conference. no announcement. as endorsements go, this was a full octave below low key. it's like the lowest note. it was almost imperceptible to the human ear. >>> also, mitt romney caused a national case of whiplash on the car industry. after he lost to john mccain in the republican primary in 2008 after he dropped out, the only thing he made further headlines for that year as him coming out as super against the bail out. wants to take a lot of credit for the government bailout of the auto industry, the bail out which he opposed. >> the auto companies needed to go through bankruptcy before government help. that's what the president did. that was the right course that i argued for from the beginning. i'll take a lot of credit for the fact
man drinks of all time. it's called the stinger. is there an old man in your life? who is a brown liquor drinker? ask if he likes the stinger. so a stinger is -- it's one of those drinks that has slightly different proportions depending on your taste, depending how much of a sweet tooth you have. but the way i make it is two and a quarter ounces off cognac or bran brandy. we're using cognac and then it's crazy. it's going to drive you nut p creme dementhe. you want the white kind, not the green kind. you want three quarters of an ounce of that. you could do less if you want less of a sweet taste. it's simple to make. usually any drink that just has spirits you would stir it instead of shake. but weirdly, with a stinger, you shake this one. so it's just cognac and cream de mint. this is the way you have to train yourself in order to be able to drink a julep because a julep is is sweetened minty whiskey. so teaching yourself how to drink one, you can maybe start with sweetened minty brandie or cognac. the key and the thing that makes it a lot more pat lalable and this is true for ba
to be? >> i think we've seen with brown versus board of education and roe versus wade a very organized right wing constituency of the republican party that cares passionately about the courts and they are joined in their passion by republican senators. i should say that today i was really pleased to see so many activists and a white house pledging to press ahead despite republican filibusters which we'll see, press ahead for the confirmation. i think it's an wakening on the part of progressives that this is important. nominees despite best efforts to curtail these votes or eliminate them. that was good to hear. >> but what does that mean? it has now become the case that you need to get above 60 to essentially put an end to whatever techniques they are using to stall and obstruct and you don't have those 60 votes, what do you do? do you put just political pressure? is it a matter of the president taking the rose garden and for democratic lawmakers to make this an issue at the top of the priority? >> pressing ahead is a few things. one, it's the president talking about judges and talking
credit for drinking old mandrin ks and eventually, you will find yourself being able to switch your brown liquor and switch your mint. the recipe is on our blog, maddowblog.com. weekends with alex witt starts now. >>> a big day for presidential politics. the president makes it official, kicking off
these tactics than democrats seem to be? >> i think we've seen with brown versus board of education and roe v. wade, a very organized right wing constituency of the republican party that cares passionately about the courts and they are joined in their passion by republican senators. i should say that today i was really pleased to see so many activists and a white house pledging to press ahead despite republican filibusters which of course we'll see. press ahead for the confirmation. i think it's an amakeening on the part of progressives as well as the white house that this is really important. >> what does that mean, though, that word press ahead sounds disconcertingly vague to me, because if they are using procedural obstacles that are not violations of the rules, they are in the rules, they're just using them to their effect, what does press ahead look like? how to you force the issue? >> press ahead means that in the wake of what republicans will claim is a slowdown or what should be a slowdown in an election year of senate confirmations. this white house is going to aggressively work for
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